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IN THE SAME WAY AS A RUSSIAN POET – Viggo Stuckenberg: Describing accidents and misfortune, in vivid detail

Writing in biographical content life experiences toghether short and unhappy marriage Has been a royal castle since 1730 and now it is a quiet oasis. Located along the Copenaghen Mill Stream, Sorgenfri Palace https://www.kongeligeslotte.dk/en/palaces-and-gardens/sorgenfri-palace-and-palace-gardens.html it is a wooded landscape garden offers a peaceful and idyllic contrast to urban life. At its northern end is the Queen’s well, where a woman …

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SLEEPING HEART TO LOVE – Dante Alighieri and the story of a Platonic love

Platonic love, is still a shared feeling Through his literary work, his feelings towards a woman, his inspiring muse, Dante Alighieri has helped to make love literature, as we know it leave. Born in Florence in 1265, he would later become the greatest poet in Italy. That unrequited sentiment lived on love and passion for a woman named Beatrice, and …

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POETIC SUGGESTIONS, UP TO A LAST SEPTEMBER SHIMMER – Zinaida Nikolaevna Gippius, versatile writer of poems, novels and theatrical dramas

A woman of Russian poetic symbolism, between exaltation and denigration There are beautiful bronze sculptures and the glass roofed atrium. At the intersection of the Nevsky Prospekt and the Griboyedov Canal, you will find a richly decorated art nouveau style building. It is the Singer Building http://www.spbdk.ru/. Its interior you offer art nouveau decorations and books. Once you have worn …

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CUTTLEFISH BONES – Eugenio Montale: “I am a man like any other, and nobody can be asked to be a hero”

A poetic collection published in 1925 The most northern of the villages that make up the Cinque Terre is that of Monterosso, divided into two parts by a 10-meter tunnel. Characterized by typical houses in various shades of pastel colors, the village is part of the Cinque Terre National Park. With its beauty, it has inspired artists and poets from …

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THE SELF-DEFINED BOOKSELLER THAT WRITTEN POEMS – František Halas: Search for a poetic form that encapsulate the situation of the individual in modern society

Mobilizing passion and intense moral awareness Its landscape has preserved its bucolic aspects, the hilly terrain that has not changed much while highway bisects an old battlefield. It is a country town east of Brno. Slavkov u Brna gave its name to the Battle of Austerlitz https://www.austerlitz.org/en/austerlitz-2019-press-release/, which took place several kilometres to the west of the town. The Old …

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VERSES THAT COMBINES TWO TRADITIONS – Keorapetse Kgositsile: When writings focus on Pan-African liberation

Informed heroism and humanism, into poems As you move through permanent exhibits, you will experience an emotional journey through South Africa‘s history. Its paths follow the country through decades of oppression. Through photos and film footage, the Apartheid Museum https://www.apartheidmuseum.org it portrays the apartheid story. Soweto (20 kilometers southwest of Johannesburg), it was an area of planned segregation. In 1976, …

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WHEN POETRY BECOMES ATEMPORAL – Cecília Meireles: Freedom, word that there is no one who does not understand

Dream in a ship, a beach, eyes dry like stones Movie posters enrich its decoration and book covers. With its architecture inspired by colonial Brazil, the Mercearia São Pedro https://www.facebook.com/saopedromercearia/ is always full. At night, you can be sure of finding people who like to talk about literature and cinema here. Inside a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere, its nightly soundtrack …

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A YOUNG POETESS, IN THE SHADOW OF THE FATHER – Angélica Palma: Lead in the aseptic family genre, fun and well written

Reflect, between traditional and modern Lima A Literature Lover’s Guide to Lima? The city has inspired writer novelist Mario Vargas Llosa, the every travelers’ go-to novelist. It was the drinking place for international thinkers. The famous Hotel Bolivar, has served pisco sours to the legendary writer Ernest Hemingway. Bar Queirolo https://antiguatabernaqueirolo.com/ has served Peruvian writers for generations, and remains a …

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BREATHE OF PARADISE, IN VERSES – Susy Delgado: In an awakening, everyone must go away

Cultivate interest in all the art and culture plots The Paraguayan music is totally of European origin. Here, most popular instruments are the harp and the guitar. The best nightclubs in Asuncion? You to can stop off at the trendy Paseo Carmelitas to wine and dine  before cutting loose at a happening club such as Velvet http://www.velvet.com.py/, where you can …

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A SPACE FOR THE SKYLINE – Adela Zamudio, a singular woman, precursor of Feminism in Bolivia

Dreaming love, under the pseudonym of Soledad The facade of Cathedral of Cochabamba reflects a mestizo fusion of Spanish Baroque and indigenous architectural styles. Perched atop the hill in Cochabamba, tall statue of the Cristo de la Concordia is the tallest of its kind in the world. Located to the east of Cochabamba, the National Park Carrasco is boasts cloud …

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